There have been rumors of an impending attack on Facebook by Anonymous. This, however, is not true. Though we do not agree with Facebook’s privacy procedures, we understand that such an attack would not only hurt the people, but also weaken our cause.
By the same token, though, there may very well be an attack on Facebook. Anyone can call themselves Anonymous, and do what they will, but the collective will of Anonymous is that Facebook should be left alone.
We would ask any such hactivists to not do this attack in the name of Anonymous. Facebook allows friends and families to connect with one another. Anonymous understand the importance of this.
On November 5th, let us celebrate everything Anonymous and freedom fighters around the world have accomplished, and renew our zeal for freedom. Let us not tarnish our reputation by participating in this meaningless attack.
Saturday 5 November 2011
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